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Dead Pope Put On Display
MSNBC | Submitted by: Rev. John Gauguin (dead)
"The Vatican said the coffin was removed from the crypts below St. Peter's Basilica while top Vatican officials and some of the late pope's closest aides looked on and prayed... The wooden coffin will be placed in front of the main altar of St. Peter's Basilica. After Sunday's beatification mass, it will remain in that spot and the basilica will remain open until all visitors who want to view it have done so."

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How Goldman Sachs Created the Food Crisis
Foreign Policy | Submitted by: Bort
"Goldman's index perverted the symmetry of this system. The structure of the GSCI paid no heed to the centuries-old buy-sell/sell-buy patterns. This newfangled derivative product was long only, which meant the product was constructed to buy commodities, and only buy... Once the commodity market had been made to look more like the stock market, bankers could expect new influxes of ready cash. But the long-only strategy possessed a flaw, at least for those of us who eat. The GSCI did not include a mechanism to sell or short a commodity."

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Visit Smith County While You Can
MSNBC | Submitted by: Jaybegood
"Researchers at the National Weather Service have determined that Smith County in southern Mississippi, where one person died in Wednesday's tornado outbreak, has nothing less than a twister bullseye on its back because of its location to the jet stream and the moisture-rich Gulf of Mexico."

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Pennsylvania 5K
WPXI | Submitted by: lord redpubes
"Investigators said the man was first spotted near a busy intersection with a lot of traffic on April 20... Police estimate he made it through three townships and ran about three miles completely nude through several wooded areas before they were able to catch up with him."

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Swan Dive From The Leaning Tower
News Corporation | Submitted by: Winston Tastesgood III
"A Dutch man committed suicide by jumping off the Leaning Tower of Pisa just days after its restoration ended. The 22-year-old tourist bought a ticket to enter the famous monument and then jumped over a metal barrier on the fourth level, about sixty feet up, to fall to his death."

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The Ole Pig Skin
ABC 27 | Submitted by: Attila Goat_Head
"The 10-year-old is accused of shaking and tossing the baby at a home daycare, which died from extremely traumatic brain injuries... "There are no red flags she has a mental disorder or a personality disorder. She's a good student."

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Nothing On TV
CNN | Submitted by: Call us, stfu! -gus
"In a week of testimony, a Florida jury has heard prosecutors and police describe what they say was a woman's scheme to hire a hitman to kill her newlywed husband, countered by the defense argument that the woman and her husband were using the murder-for-hire pretext to get on reality TV."

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Voyagers In the Heliosheath
NASA | Submitted by: azdollarbill
"The heliosheath is a very strange place, filled with a magnetic froth no spacecraft has ever encountered before, echoing with low-frequency radio bursts heard only in the outer reaches of the solar system, so far from home that the sun is a mere pinprick of light. "The heliosheath is 3 to 4 billion miles in thickness," estimates Stone. "That means we'll be out [and into interstellar space] within five years or so."

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Sockflusher Seems Unstoppable
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner | Submitted by: Silly Sickie
"Hundreds of socks have been flushed at the University of Alaska Fairbanks Fine Arts Complex since December, creating havoc on the building’s sewer system... The wave of socks has come at an alarming rate -- the maintenance staff has a 30-gallon bucket that's nearly full of socks retrieved from the system."

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Guards Tussle Over Chips
Buffalo News | Submitted by: CannibalDave
"The disagreement between two guards at Erie County Correctional Facility began over "what appears to be the dissemination of food products" -- a bag of potato chips. An inmate apparently tried to break up the fight and lost a tooth for his trouble."

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